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Simpson Ave. business relieved at SLC shelter decision


By DanBKSL at 02/25/2017 2:14 pm         
The owners of Dancing Cranes Imports says they're glad they won't have to move now that Salt Lake City has decided not to build a homeless resource center on Simpson Avenue. #slchomeless

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By KSLTraffic at 02/25/2017 12:39 pm         

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By KSLTraffic at 02/25/2017 9:36 am         

Sheriff Winder take issue with report on jailing policy


By PaulNelson at 02/24/2017 6:31 pm         
The Salt Lake County Sheriff is pushing back by claims from some officers saying they can't book some misdemeanor offenders into the county jail because of a policy capping the number of inmates.

RTNDA Exec. Dir. responds to White House snub of reporters


By kslcleon at 02/24/2017 6:16 pm         
Mike Cavendar was pretty surprised that White House spokesman Sean Spicer left some members of a the media out of a "gaggle" session today. He says the move was unprecedented. (Photo: RTNDA)

SL Co. Mayor talks about other homeless facilites


By kslcleon at 02/24/2017 5:44 pm         
First it was four and now it's down to two. Only two homeless shelters will be housed in Salt Lake City and the Sugarhouse shelter idea has been scrapped. County Mayor Ben McAdams says the other cities will will step up to help out and that mistakes were not made in the process. (Photo: Scott Winterton/Deseret News)

SLC to build only two new homeless facilities


By PaulNelson at 02/24/2017 1:50 pm         
State officials, along with leaders from Salt Lake County, will start the process of finding a location for another facility outside of Salt Lake City.

Orem family mourn loss of dogs they bred in home


By kslpetersamore at 02/24/2017 11:37 am         
An Orem family has little left, after a two-alarm fire hospitalized one of them, destroyed their home, and killed the dogs they bred.

Americans are planning to pack up and hit the roads.


By KSLRikki at 02/24/2017 11:33 am         
We're not even close to Spring Break but that's not stopping millions of families across the nation to plan many vacations.

Bill would keep some officers' names private for a period in Utah


By kslmrichards at 02/24/2017 11:28 am         
A proposal on the hill is putting concerns over safety and privacy versus the public’s right to know, after an officer-involved shooting.